Matt Allwright investigates a potentially lethal gas boiler.
Housing officer Richard investigates a suspected modern slavery racket.
Matt Allwright heads to Margate where there is an outbreak of chronic damp.
Matt Allwright investigates potentially lethal living conditions in a block of flats.
Omar finds out why one viewer's satnav is no replacement for an old-fashioned road map.
Lucy investigates incorrectly labelled American sweets on sale in Welsh shops.
Omar Hamdi tests the latest apps which help consumers make the most of surplus food.
Angela takes a drug test after hearing how eating poppy seeds caused a man to lose his job
Gloria Hunniford, Angela Rippon and Julia Somerville offer ideas on saving money.
The team examine a computer threat that could see your files held to ransom.
A look at the fake teeth-whitening businesses that ruined customers' teeth.
Matt Allwright examines fake sports memorabilia.
Sheriff Ken Warby meets a debtor who does not want to admit who he really is.
Matt Allwright investigates the fake taxis that changed one woman's life for ever.
Panorama investigates the growing numbers of British passengers flying drunk.
Things get heated as the sheriffs evict a group of squatters from a former garden centre.
Matt Allwright investigates the fake hoverboards catching fire in people's homes.
The charges for online shopping that may price out the service for those who need it most.
Gregg Wallace receives a load of tea leaves from Kenya and follows them through a factory.
Sheriffs evict a group of squatters from a heavily barricaded building in south London.
A look at the true cost of fish and chips and where some foreign brand lagers come from.
A woman who switched from sugar to honey finds out if it was such a good idea.
Singer Ricky Wilson explores why ticketing websites provoke so many complaints.
A look at why bacon loses so much more of its weight during cooking than it used to.
Gregg Wallace learns that we are all eating chocolate digestives the wrong way up.
Cherry Healey and Ade Adepitan reveal ingenious ways to get more from a holiday.
The team test out hygiene standards at some of Britain's catering establishments.
Uncovering the fake and dangerous fuses being sold on the high street.
Do airlines really snoop on flight searches in order to hike up fares?
A look at the unwelcome guests said to be scuppering more holidays than ever - bedbugs.
The team test out the cleanliness and hygiene standards on trains.
Lawrence and Kev face a problem as they deal with the repossession of a garage business.
The team settle the argument over whether tea and coffee are good or bad for us.
The team discover how airlines are working to stop drunk passengers disrupting flights.
Does coconut oil really have incredible health benefits?
The team investigate who is responsible when disaster strikes on a trip abroad.